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Posted On June 27, 2019
In recent years, managing your employees has become a much complex task. Overall, workers carry many more skills and, along with this, different expectations. Couple this with a more multicultural environment, a skilled manager has to have the ability to make considerations not only based on job specifications and key performance indicators, but they must […]

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Posted On December 10, 2018
Author: Jenna Meyerson CEO of MCI Solutions Linkedin At the end of every year we love giving back to our HR and L&D community by offering them one day of development just for them. 99.9% of their company’s training budget is spent on their employees, and it is rare to find a team that spends […]

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Posted On July 25, 2018
Author: Denise Meyerson CEO of The Focus Learning Group / a Multi-Award Winning Training Company / Telstra Business Women’s Awards Finalist Linkedin Twitter The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology continues to remain relevant – 11 years after we started applying it to our practice. Here is a short history of the process and why you should consider […]

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Posted On December 5, 2017
With Australia’s unemployment rate falling recently to 5.6 percent, the lowest it’s been in years, you’d think everyone would be pleased about that aspect of our economy. But not necessarily if you’re in Human Resources. Low unemployment is a double-edged sword: good news for the economy but bad news for HR professionals who face increased […]

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Posted On November 9, 2017
A wise man was once asked how to guarantee success. His response was: “First, have a definite, clear practical ideal: a goal, an objective. “Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends: wisdom, money, materials and methods. “Third, adjust all your means to that end.” That man was Aristotle, and his words ring true […]

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#1 In search of operational excellence
Posted On March 29, 2017
Learning institutions rely on many complex processes working together to meet the needs of stakeholders. And it’s these processes that come under scrutiny when institutions are asked to achieve more with less, be more accountable or flexible, or improve service to those stakeholders.

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#3 Number 1 reason change programs fail
Posted On March 13, 2017
The science, or is it the art, of helping employees adapt to change is not new, with literature on the subject dating back nearly 70 years. Yet the majority of Change Management programs still fail. Why?

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Posted On February 16, 2017
We’ve all heard Peter Drucker’s line “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” but have you ever stopped to think just how much culture also drives recruitment, retention, motivation, leadership development and more - at the sub-atomic level, for better or worse - of every organisation?

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Posted On October 28, 2016
Today many organisations are in a constant state of change. It’s difficult to avoid, and may come from the external environment as well as major internal structural upheaval. The problem faced by many managers, is how to lead their teams effectively when the future is uncertain.

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Posted On October 22, 2016
Hi Folks. It seems that you all enjoyed the Excel and Word Tips. Well, sit back and relax, it’s time for a spoonful of yummy PowerPoint goodness. Here are some quick tips you might like to try to improve your productivity.

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